Nutrition Consultation

GOOD SKIN FROM THE INSIDE OUT
  
Most of what goes on inside of us has an effect on our skin, we just have to learn to read the signs.  As we need to start listening to our bodies more, the first step is to look at our skin and understand why it behaves in certain ways. Hormonal imbalances, a low immune system, troubled digestion, liver congestion and stress, are just some of the things that can greatly affect your skin. One way of ensuring your skin has the tools to cope with whatever is going on inside is to ensure you are eating the right foods, and in some cases taking the right supplements.
 
Most skin complaints such as premature ageing, dry flaky skin, eczema, a dull appearance and break outs may all be helped with the right diet.
 
I always say to my clients that no matter how good the products are they put on their skin, if they really want good skin for life, they have to care for it from the inside out as well as from the outside in.
 
Alexandra Soveral
 
 
NUTRITION CONSULTATIONS BY
 
DEBORAH MARZOHL

BSc, C.H.Ed Dip NutTh 

 

If you are unable to see Deborah in person, here's the next best thing.
 
By completing a detailed health and food questionnaire on-line, Deborah will personally review your information and give her advice - she
may also contact you by email or phone to get more information - providing you with a personalised and individual dietary, lifestyle and nutritional
supplement programme generated from the information gathered. 


The price of this consultation includes a full and detailed review of your individual case, a 2-4 page document detailing dietary recommendations, guidance on relevant supplements and appropriate lifestyle changes.
 
Ongoing on-line support is available after the initial consultation  - but not included in the price - a fee for this will be given at the time of request, depending onexactly what is requested.
 
 
ONLINE NUTRITION CONSULTATION
 
£60.00
 
Please note that any advice given by Deborah Marzohl is based only on what information you give.  When completing this questionnaire, please give as much information as possible; try to mention everything that you think may be relevant: the more information the better.
 
Please  PROCEED TO PAYMENT and then return to this page to fill in your questionaire

 

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    WHAT IS NUTRITIONAL THERAPY
     
    Nutritional Therapy can help with many conditions and health concerns. For example weight management, digestive disorders, skin problems, hormonal imbalances, stress management, pregnancy and fertility planning and much, much more. 
     
    Nutritional therapy is a complementary therapy.  By analysing diet, tailoring  it according to individual needs and rectifying any vitamin, mineral and other nutrient imbalances, nutritional therapy seeks to alleviate and help common diseases and promote health.

    This all sounds quite complicated but in fact the premise is simple. Nutritional therapy focuses on the link between health and diet, with the emphasis on identifying and

    working on the cause of a problem not the symptoms.

     
    For example, if a client complains of headaches or lack of energy this could be caused by many things  -  dehydration, hormone or blood sugar imbalances, food intolerances, stress etc. It is only once the cause has been identified that a specific, personalised programme can be developed to address the situation.
     
    Deborah offers a range of nutritional services, private consultations, group presentations and workshops.  Cookery demonstrations and healthy eating cookery classes.
     

     

    Deborah currently practices at the following locations:


    163 Chemin Muratore, 06410 Biot, France



    Home and boat visits are also available.



    Appointment times available on request. Call

    06 08 77 81 58
    or email
    Deborah@nutritionaltherapy.biz



    Alexandra Soveral Organic Aromatherapy
    97D Elgin Avenue, Maida Vale, London W9 2DA



    Deborah is also available to address groups on the subject of
    nutrition and wellbeing.
    For more information contact Deborah on
    either of the above numbers.